Americans are paying a steep price for the rampant promiscuity that currently grips the nation, particularly among young people and gay and bisexual men, with three sexually transmitted diseases reaching record levels in 2015.
An omen of what’s to come in any state that legalizes assisted suicide occurred in California recently when a woman living with a terminal illness was denied coverage for critical chemotherapy by an insurance company that offered to cover end-of-life drugs instead.
With the American presidential election only 27 days away, Archbishop Samuel Aquila of Denver has taken the bold step of revealing his own personal experience with abortion as a young med student in the late 1960′s to explain why the defense of life and religious freedom must be the key issues for a Christian in this year’s election.
Kansas City’s Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann minced no words when penning a hard-hitting critique of vice presidential candidate, Senator Tim Kaine, who professes to be Catholic but follows Church teaching only as far as it is politically convenient.
At about the same time that Amazon and Walmart agreed to pull a “Tranny Granny” Halloween costume because it might offend someone, the same retailers are featuring costumes depicting pregnant nuns and lewd priests.
Fr. Frank Pavone, national director of Priests for Life, has written a hard-hitting op-ed that tears to pieces the argument used by too many politicians who promote abortion yet claim that they’re “personally opposed.”
Christians in Estonia are outraged over the National Museum’s choice to feature an exhibit where a virtual image of Our Lady can be desecrated by kicking a spot marked on the display.
Planned Parenthood celebrated its 100th anniversary yesterday with supporters and the mainstream media happily extolling the company’s “virtues” . . . while carefully editing out the darker side of the story.
In response to disturbing emails revealed last week concerning email conversations between high-level political operatives in this election about how to subvert Church teaching, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) is warning Catholics to take this threat very seriously in the upcoming election.